Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 27, 1963 · Page 24
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 27, 1963
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tlC TWENTY-FOUR ALTON EVENING TELEGftAttf THURSDAY, JlTSfE 27, 1963 'Small Meals For Company' Is New Elaine Ross Book B.v CECILY BROWTWTONE A*ftodnfpd Prrss Food Editor Acquiring a sylphlike figure af- tei bring a Stylish Stout won a ject of reducing and enjoying it. was borro\vod from a friend By this time Elaine knew her Elaine's daughter. This is way around the food world and!Greek rookie that uses who! when a friend, impressed by hercloves in a fascinating way, an _ , as , a Elaine said a big Yes. Out oi writer and food consult- (haf experience E ,* ine co .. author . ed a book on party meals; next nnt. It was Elaine's husband who finally persuaded her to lose wfiRht. He promised her a trip to Europe if she made a serious effort to count calories That did it. Says Elaine, "I was fascinated by epicurean food, and my first trip to Europe had spurred this interest. I wanted to go back. So I worker out low-calorie versions of foods I really liked and lost a lot of weight." So successful was Elaine at the task of devising recipes that she wrote a cookbook on the sub- own kitchen. she did a solo with a book oni European desserts. Now comes Elaine Ross's latest KOLRABIEDES (Koo-rah-bfe-ye decz) sweet butter r> + cup confectioners' sugar ] egg yolk offering, ".Small Meals for Corn-'21.; cups flour pwy," published by Hearthside!,_-* teaspoon baking Press. Designed for small or;,./ teaspoon ground cloves large groups, this cookbook has'\vholo cloves delightful menus and recipes --Confectioners' sugar some of them time saving — plus serving notes for all seasons of Oie year. Wherever Elaine goes she gathers ideas. One of the most interesting and delicious recipes in "Small Meals for Company" Zucchini Squash is Good, Inexpensive Vegetable By EDITH M. BARBER jollier type of squash by slicing The word "squash" is suppos-jwithout paring, cooked in a small ed to be derived from an American Indian source. To most of us this is not attractive in sound. We usually forget about prejudice in summer however, because this is one of the most plentiful and least expensive of summer vegetables. It really was amusing to find that as soon as one of the members of the squash family was given a fancy name, Zucchini, many persons thought it was a new vegetable and it achieved quite a little popularity. As t h e old Bard said, "What's in a name?" Itrnay be prepared as is any amount of water, then drained and dressed with butter or cream Preheat oven to 350 degrees Cream the butter with ?i cu] confectioners' sugar until almos white. Beat in the egg yolk. Sif together flour, baking powder and cloves; add to butter mix ture. and blend to a smootl dough. On a lightly floured board roll dough to a thickness of ' inch. Cut into desired shapes insert a whole clove in the cente of each cookie, and place, 1 incl apart, on ungreased cookie sheets Bake for 20 minutes, or until pal gold. Remove from oven, ant while the cookies are still hot dust generously with confection ers' sugar. MILNOT AROUND THE HOUSE SPECIALS! FROM READ'S Mayonnaise Style POTATO SALAD 16 oz. Jar 35c REDS WHITE FOOD STORES ' TAST-GOOD PORK & BEANS 2 N c°J 29c RED & WHITE TOMATO CATSUP 2 14 Oz. Bars 39e FRESH WHOLE GRADE A FRYERS Lb. 27 SUNSHINE 10 oz. in HO's 10 oz. CHEEZ-ITS or 1 Lb. FIG BARS Your Choice 29c NABISCO OREO CREMES Ib. 45c Veri Thin PRETZELS 8-oz. 29c PRETZEL STIX pkg, 25c KKEY'S PORK CUTLETS . , KREY'S Boneless Corned PORK BUTTS Barbecuing KREY'S AH Meat SKINLESS WIENERS KREY'S Ready to Eat SMOKED PICNICS . KREY'S Extra Fancy Beef ROUND STEAKS . , 590 490 Lb. 79c 3 <•< RED & WHITE Drink PINEAPPLE- GRAPEFRUIT RED & WHITE SANDWICH SPREAD . BERGER FRESH KOSHER DILLS RED-SEAL CHARCOAL BRIQUETS 89 C 16 Oz. q I r . Jar W I 6 Gal. CQ ft jug 5WG 10 lb Bag DIAMOND Smooth Finish—B'A" LUNCH PLATES RED & WHITE Cranberry Sauce "can 00 23c RED & WHITE Fruit Cocktail . RED & WHITE Pear Halves . . TEA BAGS Pkg. of 16 25' No. 300 Can 303 i Can 803 Can 303 Cans TAST-OOOD Shell-Out Beans RH BROWN Hamburger Relish HKO & WIHTE Jumbo Fack Paper Napkins . ''»» 29e i oz. Jar 29c RED & WHITE Ic Sale—Buy pkg. ol 48 and get 18 more for Ic. pkg. 64. CARROTS . 2 ^ 19° Large Size LEMONS . . . ... 49> Golden Ripe BANANAS . . 2u,29<> U. S. No, 1 Fancy TOMATOES . .u 29' 49* NEW! FREE OFFER RED & WHITE FABRIC SOFTENER Buy 1 Quart— Get 1 Free! Quart You Get Two (or this Price! SMITH'S Quality Market 3800 Ollftoii Alton HAYNES GROCERY 201 E. Jennings, Wood ftlver BRIGHTON MERC, CO. FK 2-3111 Brighton BICKERDT'S N. Alby Mkt. I NOITE'S RED ft WHITE Alby Street Ratd Godfrey I f hone 2688 Moro BYIK'S MARKET I HUIER'S RED ft WHITI I P. F. HOFGREN 800 W. Delnmr Alton! 001 Belle Alton! 806 MoCailand EM* <llton Super Shop *••&•(•••••••••••••at!••••••••••••••!••••» \ FOOD STORES I • • '*•••••••• ••!••• •••••••••*•!••••••••••••• Membir A-G Stores Associated Grocers Company of St, Louis, Mo, for your Food Moneyl f So Rich It Whipsl Milnot 3 £ 29 C A-G Tomato Juice 2 -' 49 C \iavrosp* Ideal For Tlie Grill! KRAFT Miracle Whip s 49 C eef Sirloin Steaks Fresh Whole Fryers . . . Split - With Giblets Broilers... 25 c Lb. a-*;®! $& m* *V'-: ; *J, vW-aSKq ^•rvV^y '•*•/•. v'h-'t <&(& isTs.3 ..-:??W iw4 m %af*v Mayrose or Hunters Skinless Wieners. . . . Mayrose—Mixed Variety Ass't. Cold Cuts Krey—All Meat! BOLOGNA or BRAUNSCHWEIGER Welchade Grape Drink . . A.G. Pineapple Juice . . . . PIN BONE GUTS Cello .Pkg.—Lb. Lb. 49c Select Center Cuts Mayrose or Krcy Pork Butt Steaks . Mayrose—By Piece Meat and Cheese or B-BQ-Loaf . . . Lb. Lb. Lb. 89c 39c Lb. PILLSBURY FLOUR ... 5 3 c 9 :., 89« Kraft Low Cal. French or Italian DRESSING . n,r35c 2 46 Ox. Cons Heifetz Home Style PICKLES . 3 51,00 }'• m Underwood f&jr'w ^v,r,-.;;a;-.-,v¥vj%«vvi«; t : ,-&^fi Deviled Ham . R. F. Spaghetti 2—2'A Oz. Cans.. 4! c Lge. Can 39c Brach's Lemon Drops, Spicettex Kentucky or Starlite Mints CANDIES Phi,', 29c Pound Pkg. 27« Cat's A.G. Superette Brighton, 111. Phone FR-jntier 2-3437 College Ave. A.G. Market 3:34 College Ave., Alton Dial HO 5-6109 The Country Store Brighton, III. Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m—Fri. & Sat. 9 turn, to 10 p.m. Dial 372-3893 Elm Street A.G. Market Elm and Alby Sts., Alton Dial HO 3-6012 Floyd's A.G. Market 3rd and Penning Wood River, 111. Closed Wednesday* Goldman's A.G. Market 1324 Highland Alton Dial HO 5-8623 We Deliver Uptown A.G. Market 2324 Humbert Alton, 111. Phono HO 6-mi Neuhaus A,6. Market 201 Shamrock St., But Alton 111. Dial OL 4-6214 Rain's A.G. Food Mart 222 East Elm Alton, III. DinI HO 2-0523 Smitty's A.G. Marker 720 Edwardsville Road Wood River, III. Open Sundays and Holidays Third St. A.G. Marker 120 East Third East Alton, 111. C'L 4-4511 Pillsbury or Ballard Biscuits. 2 Ro " 19c Miracle Corn Oil Margarine . . . ' 37c A.G.—Twin Puck Potato Chips. . 49c Sunshine 1 Lb. Fig Bars, 10 Oz. Cheez-lts or Hi Ho Crackers Pkg. North Star Fudge Bar. , Freshrap Wax Paper. . Fre-Zert Gal. 69< *rt t tiv('*&& .-* • •: a •..- \ .?•(_•_• ., «.* * ' '*;,*• •:-^??/?.rf' KW i^M • <;•<!.>!., WM\i *;• .«. '•'i-;i W' ..I Pkg. Rolls Frozen Foods Pot Pies 3 - 79 C Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Field Fresh Large Ears Golden Bantam Corn for Ears |C Home Grown Flavor Laige Red Beauties Luscious—Large—Seedless Gropes !| or Large fled Sonfa Rosa Plums » 29* Tomatoes - Go/den Ripe Extra Select Tropico/ Fruit 29° Bananas 2 29'

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